This handbook is aimed chiefly at the staff of the the University of Cape Town, South Africa. As a result, some of the information is relevant only to lecturers at the University.
A large amount of the information, however, will be useful for anybody who wishes to implement MCQs, or simply to find out a little more about them.
The hard copy version of Designing and Managing Multiple Choice Questions was written by:
Date of original Production: 1996
The following have made valuable contributions to this document, either in the form of comments, or by supplying examples of questions:
Thanks also to Allan Kent for help with Tables in HTML.
NOTE: This hypertext version of the hand book has been edited slightly in order to conform to the layout of World Wide Web pages. Also, Appendix D is not in the hard copy version. You might also like to see the List of External Users and references to this Handbook.
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